Clacton: Man charged with fourteen sexual offences
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A man has been charged with multiple sexual offences, as part of an ongoing investigation within our Public Protection Investigation Team.
David Levy, 46 of Cattermole Close, Clacton-on-sea appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Wednesday, 20 September where he was charged with fourteen sexual offences.
He was charged with six counts of assault of a girl under 13 by touching, two counts of sexual assault of a girl under 13, five counts of rape of a girl under 13 and one count of rape of a woman 16 years or over.
The offences are reported to have taken place between 2010 and 2021.
Levy was remanded into custody and will next appear at Chelmsford Crown Court on 18 October.
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Synergy Essex is a partnership of rape and sexual abuse centres in Essex: CARA (Centre for Action on Rape and Abuse), SERICC Rape and Sexual Abuse Specialist Service and Southend-on-Sea Rape Crisis (SOS Rape Crisis). Synergy Essex is independent from the police and provides support for victims and survivors throughout their journey.
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